About an hour by ferry from Hong Kong, Macau is a mecca for gamblers which, depending on your predilections, is a good or a bad thing. It’s hard to get away from the constant enticements [Read more...]
Having visited a number of other cities in China, there’s no doubt Shanghai is the most international. That’s due in no small part to the large number of expats who bring a strong demand for [Read more...]
Travelling independently in China can be a challenge for those without any local language skills. Starting your visit in Shanghai, arguably the most ‘western’ of mainland Chinese cities, can lull you into a false sense [Read more...]
One of Sydney’s noted chefs is Neil Perry, who has built a substantial empire based on his Rockpool brand. While the chef (known just as much for his signature pony tail as his culinary exploits) [Read more...]
By Sonja Lee | The Foodie World Contributing Blogger It’s 6.25pm, I’ve done my laps at North Sydney Pool and tonight I’m dining alone. This foodie who loves peasant food needs a break from cooking [Read more...]
Singapore is a hot spot for food – everything from the humblest hawker stall to some of the very best fine dining the world has to offer. For many years, Greedy Girl and gluttonous husband [Read more...]
There’s a lot going on at Pascale, one of Melbourne’s new restaurants generating some buzz in the city. On the first floor of the QT hotel in Russell Street, in the heart of Melbourne’s Central [Read more...]
In terms of iconic structures, Seattle’s Space Needle is right up there with the world’s most recognisable; indeed it’s spawned a host of imitations around the world and Greedy Girl – despite her dislike of [Read more...]
Sydney’s not a city that gets going particularly early, as we found to our dismay on a previous weekend visit (see the blog Sydney coffee here). On a weekday morning, there are plenty of coffee bars dotted [Read more...]
There’s been a huge amount of buzz about No. 1 Bent Street and its chef/owner Mike McEnearney and it remains one of Sydney’s hot restaurants since opening in May this year. The chef has a [Read more...]
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